Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by ChrisM77, Jan 3, 2013.
OMG! Me Too.... but I have encyclopedic knowledge of 40, 50s, 60s, and 70s films as well.
Wow, getting ready to start my turking session and find this in my e-mail. Pleasant surprise.
Two Lakes. https://www.mturk.com/mturk/preview?groupId=2FUCOO2GMMEGINH1XLD6MAA8SFR77B
yeah i think those decades are included from 1896 - 2002
my faves are screwball comedies and some musicals from the 30s and 40s... french, italian, and swedish movies from the 50s through the 70s, and american and east european movies in the 70s and 80s...
I got one whole HIT in! Thanks
That went insanely fast.
It ended before I could do anything. I am to slow.
I just got my master's!!!!!!
Gratz to you too
6.8 here. Maybe there's a good thread about masters somewhere around here.
me too i think im at like 14% so tht sucks ass haha! but oh well im not going to get a rejection if i cant do that damn thing.
I just got my master's and only have 7,500 completed
generic masters or categorization? or are they the same pretty much?
My Rubins from the 30th just started approving and this is about the time of day I started doing them on the 30th, so the 5 day auto approve appears to be correct at least for that batch.
23 Two Lakes, but no masters.
I would have taken it the other way around...
Congratulations to all who just got masters!
Wow! My honest congrats to everyone here who achieved masters. I really mean it!!!
BUT, on to my bitter complaining, why isn't 50,000 - 99.9% good enough? Why? What else can I do? Off to go slit my wrists and do Oscar Smith hits while the blood pools on my keyboard.......
Inveni is back up
Hi guys, this is slightly off topic but I really need some help.
I have been missing from the forum for about a month because of troubles with Amazon Payments. I just got an email from them suggesting that I open a new Payments AND Mturk account because there is no way to separate the two. I thought this was against Mturk's terms and conditions. Does anyone have thoughts on and/or experience with this?